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5 Ways to Slay Your Golfing Nemesis

Once you play a golf course three times, there arises one hole that has you number and throws your scorecard down the kitchen garbage disposal.  You will be chugging along hitting your normal shots and then turn the cart path to THAT tee box and your heart drops.  This hole creates more snowmen than a Vermont winter.  After that damn hole, your mental game wobbles near ruins and you struggle to find your groove.

Clicgear 3.5+ push cart with clubs

Take Clicgear 3.5+ Push Cart for Stroll

Has walking become a lost age of golf?  I say no and if you enjoy walking it is even more enjoyable to push your club of a cart.  To enjoy a good walk on the golf course, you need a good push cart.  The Clicgear 3.5+ offers light weight, easy control, security of golf bag, and places to hold what you need to hit the course.  

Water hazard

Shave 10 Strokes from Your Game Instantly

I know it sounds simple to save save strokes by not losing golf balls and you have thought of that before. But when did you think it? In the car ride home from the course, right? You grip the steering wheel doing the math in your head. “If I hadn’t lost the driver on 3 and the water shot on 6 and 2 on 11 and the drive on 17, I could have broken 90.”

Pitch and Putt: Put Your Short Game to the Test

One afternoon, I went to my local pitch & putt/miniature golf spot, Golf Land, to work on my 60° wedge that I found in my old golf bag.  I figured this a great place to try out this club with no real consequences to my ego or handicap.  I had played the course ages ago and little had changed except all the development around it.  

FootJoy VersaLux Men’s Spikeless Golf Shoes

The FootJoy VersaLux is my third pair of FootJoy spikeless shoes.  I find FootJoy shoes very comfortable and will wear them home form the course if I am in a hurry or just still thinking of how the hell I double bogeyed #18.  I have worn my VersaLux on cartpath only days and come home without needing to put on a pair of dry socks.  The shoes offer great protection from wet conditions.

Golf in Heaven/Valhalla

I began to think of what golf in heaven would be like. Common conceptions of heaven is everything is perfect and there is no pain or strife. Most people would think that golf in paradise is every tee shot would be a hole in one. For those who play the game with any level of proficiency, golf is the pursuit of personal excellence not necessarily scorecard perfection. This could mean that a great day is to break 100 for the first time or to sink that one thirty-foot putt or beating your best score or finally mastering a sand shot. I imagined golf in the great beyond more in terms of the Norse Valhalla: a gathering of hackers and aces in an endless enjoyment of the game.

Bunker Hill Golf Course Review

Bunker Hill is either hilly or it is flat so the golf course changes its mind through the day.  The holes near the clubhouse, which sits atop a hill, offer the greatest challenges with elevation shifts and water running at the hill’s bottom across the fairways.  The rest of the golf course is flat but a few doglegs force players to hit smart not far.  The rolling hills can make some tee shots somewhat or completely blind.  Tribal knowledge helps on these holes.

Harvey Penick’s Little Red Book by Harvey Penick

What does a lifetime of knowledge of golf nurtured by years of playing and teaching look like? It is a book filled with insights and stories of some of the best golfers who every played written like you are having a conversation with a sage in rocking chairs looking over the 18th putting green.

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